I have spent the last two years of my life teaching politics and international relations as an Assistant Lecturer at the University of Kent. I love teaching and have been tutoring students of different ages and backgrounds for the last five years.
I spend an awful amount of time reading, writing, and contemplating. I find nothing better than learning new information and theories, as well as honing my research skills.
I have a deep respect for knowledge, especially when it comes to the politics, history, and philosophy.
I have taught and tutored students on and off for almost five years now.
Over the last two years, I have been teaching multiple courses in Politics and Internationals at the University of Kent. https://www.kent.ac.uk/politics/staff/assistant-lecturers/tyler.html
I received formal training and supervision during my time with the School of Politics and International Relations and I have previously tutored university students of differing backgrounds and ages.
Broadly speaking, I encourage a relaxed, friendly approach based on helpful, constructive criticism and the exploration of one's strengths and weaknesses.
One size does not fit all with regards to tutoring; context, age, subject, capabilities, and requirements are always taken into account and reflected on for each tutee. I always try to tailor my approach to each individual tutee's needs and skills, therefore resulting in a unique experience and development for every client.
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|Royal Holloway, University of London||2012||Bachelors||2:1 BA Politics and International Relations|
|Royal Holloway, University of London||2013||Masters||Distinction MSc International Relations|
|Nicholas Breakspear, Roman Catholic School||2009||School||A A-level History|
|Nicholas Breakspear, Roman Catholic School||2009||School||B A-level Government and Politics|
|Government and Politics|
|Philosophy / Critical Thinking|